Why choose The Rose?

We are a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence. Our mission is saving lives through quality breast health services, advocacy and access to care for all.

Mammogram Screening

An annual mammogram offers peace of mind. Take the time to schedule yours today.

Insured or Uninsured

Regardless of a woman's ability to pay, we are providing access to screening, diagnostics, and treatment services.

Mobile Mammography

Our 3D Mobile Mammography program services women from Matagorda to Shelby Counties.

3D Technology

We now offer 3D mammography at our centers and on our mobile coaches.

Making a difference,

patient by patient, county by county



Blog Posts

San Burnett Assumes Board Position Role at The Rose

June 15, 2021

HOUSTON, TX [June 10, 2021] – Purposeful, driven, compassionate, and intentional, San Burnett is accustomed to elevating her voice to support women and minorities. A woman who has consistently broken gender and race boundaries both in governmental agencies and as Senior Advisor in Process Safety and Risk at BHP Petroleum, Burnett will bring her powerful […] Read More

Local Breast Cancer Virtual Luncheon Raises Funds for Women and Men in Need of Quality Healthcare

April 16, 2021

Houston, TX, [March 25 2021] – The Rose held their annual Luncheon celebrating efforts to help uninsured patients of the nonprofit get access to quality breast healthcare services like 3D mammography. This year, the event themed “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” was held virtually and engaged an audience of hundreds of viewers, fundraising over $300,000, a […] Read More

Music Mogul and Cancer Survivor Mathew Knowles will be Special Guest Speaker at The Rose’s “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” Virtual Luncheon

March 15, 2021

Houston, TX [March 16, 2021] The Rose is thrilled to announce that Mathew Knowles, Beyoncé’s father and music mogul who is a self-described “male chest cancer” survivor, will be a special guest speaker at the “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” virtual luncheon and celebration on Wednesday, March 24th. While The Rose does not refer to breast […] Read More

Breast Health Nonprofit Takes Hope on the Road with Mobile Mammography Services for Rural Areas

February 24, 2021

Houston, TX [February 24, 2021] The Rose’s newest mobile mammography coach, Hope, will join “big sisters” Rosie and Mysty this month as she serves urban and rural communities across southeast Texas. The addition of a third mobile coach to The Rose’s fleet is especially critical during the pandemic, as skyrocketing unemployment has resulted in often […] Read More

Hearts Up!

October 21, 2020

There is a scene in the on-line series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, when Susie, manager to Mrs. Maisel, sends Midge off to do her comedy routine with a special message. Susie’s words are a little too graphic to share in this venue, but their meaning is clear: “good luck,” or “you can do it” and […] Read More

The Rose is Not Giving Up this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

September 28, 2020

Houston, TX [September 28, 2020] – This is an unprecedented period in history: a global pandemic coupled with a sharp economic downturn and devastating losses for so many. During a time when it’s tempting to despair, hideaway, and delay annual health screenings, The Rose refuses to give up on its life-saving mission. This October, during […] Read More

United Way of Brazoria County Awards Breast Healthcare Funds To The Rose For Fifth Consecutive Year

September 22, 2020

Brazoria County, TX [September 17, 2020] – For the fifth consecutive year, the United Way of Brazoria County (UWBC) has renewed its commitment and has awarded The Rose $69,978.88 for 2021, which will provide additional life-saving services to patients in Brazoria County. This grant will cover approximately 240 procedures to the uninsured women of Brazoria […] Read More

Ann Al-Bahish Assumes Board Position Role at The Rose

September 17, 2020

HOUSTON, TX [September 16, 2020] – A passionate advocate for access to quality healthcare, Dr. Ann Al-Bahish had always admired The Rose’s mission to provide breast healthcare services to women regardless of their ability to pay. When board member and retired fellow law partner Theresa Einhorn introduced her to founder Dorothy Gibbons, Dr. Al-Bahish learned […] Read More

How a Texas Nonprofit Built a Model for Accessible and Equitable Healthcare

September 14, 2020

HOUSTON (September 14, 2020) – The keys to saving the life of a woman with breast cancer are screening and an early diagnosis, but in the United States, many women die of breast cancer because the costs of these procedures are a barrier for them. This is compounded if they are uninsured. In addition, fear […] Read More

Our Mission

Saving lives through quality breast health services, advocacy and access to care for all.